There is a

in the Universe,
and it works

Sunday 11:00 am

For classes, etc. 

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Celebrating Spirit within and knowing the Oneness of humanity

All are welcome here!
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If you’ve seen Science of Mind magazine, you know our teaching is positive, empowering, and universal.   more

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Our Unique Way of Prayer

Our unique practice is a form of affirmative prayer we call Spiritual Mind Treatment. When we pray, more


Our Inclusion Commitment

No matter who your are or where you are on your spiritual path, we welcome you here.
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Sunday Morning

Service at 11:00am ET

Online via Livestream, YouTube and Facebook Live
In-Person in Height Hall

2024 Theme: A Grand Rising 

July: Practice Makes Imperfect

7/7  Ed Surma’s Sound Bath
Musician: Lynn Hollyfield                 
What if Perfection isn’t the Goal?          

7/14 Dr. Jim Lockard     Musician: Lynn Hollyfield                          Leaning into Perfection                

7/21 Rev. Kelli Jareaux                
Bett Padgett                              
Imperfect Practices  

7/28  Rev. Faith Woods
Musician: Lynn &All Angels                              Perfectly Imperfect, an Expansive Experience

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Recurring Events


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Upcoming Events

Full Calendar

Location above Graham Lee Shopping Center

Nestled above a shopping center with easy free parking

Celebration Center for Spiritual Living
2830 Graham Rd., Suite 220
Falls Church VA 22042

Spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and make the world a better place

Are you looking for a spiritual community in which you are supported in investigating and revealing your own understanding of spirituality? Are you ready to deepen your relationship with the Power – the One Life – within you? Do you seek to be inspired and experience… Read More

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